2017 Undergraduate Internship Opportunities


Teach For Cambodia offers opportunities for undergraduate students to grow their leadership skills, explore career options while making an impact on education in Cambodia.

Join us now!


Regional Campus Manager

As a Regional Campus Manager, you are Teach For Cambodia’s ambassador to support our recruitment and marketing team. You will join a network of leaders from over 45 countries around the world in the collective mission to create awareness of educational inequity. You will oversee and manage Campus Leader team to execute our recruitment, marketing, and communication strategy.

  • Current university students seeking an exposure to the fields of leadership, education, social entrepreneurship, startup, marketing and communications
  • Candidates of all majors are qualified to apply
  • Minimum: 3rd year student
  • Minimum 6-month commitment starting in October 2017, or immediately
  • 4 participants will be selected
  • Part-time allowance of $150/month and Full-time allowance of $300/month

Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity and how to apply.

Ready to Join Us?  Online Application Form

Campus Leader

As a Campus Leader, you help create awareness and attract the candidates on your university to apply for the Teach For Cambodia Fellowship. You will organize Teach For Cambodia’s events and implement recruiting activities with the Teach For Cambodia’s Recruitment and Marketing team.

  • Current university students seeking an exposure to the fields of leadership, education, marketing and communications.
  • Candidates of all majors are qualified to apply
  • Minimum: 2nd year student
  • 6-month commitment starting in October 2017
  • 20 Campus Leaders will be selected

Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity and how to apply.

Ready to Join Us?  Online Application Form


  Regional Campus Manager Campus Leader
Teach For Cambodia Stickers
Branded Shirt
Campus Leader Training  
Opportunities for Professional Development from the Senior Leaders of Teach For Cambodia 3 sessions per year 1 session
One-on-one mentorship from TFC Staff  
One-on-one lunch session with the Founder and CEO  
Recommendation Letter
Cash Allowance during the contract
Award 3 Campus Leaders of the Year will receive $200 each
Coffee and Food Reward $100 $20
Campus Leader Retreat
Fast Track to the Assessment Center of the Fellowship
Office use (as needed)

How to Apply?

Step 1: Fill the Online Application Form
Deadline: 20 August 2017
Step 2: Shortlisted candidates will be invited to the interview
Step 3: Selected candidates will come to the training


1. Can I apply for both the Campus Leader and Regional Campus Manager position?

No. You can choose only one because each position requires different commitment and competency levels.

2. What is the application process?

The application process has two parts:

  • Online Application
  • Interview

 Only shortlisted candidates will be invited to interview. If you are accepted, you will be invited to join our training!

3. What’s in it for me?

Regional campus managers and campus leaders have different levels of benefits. However, both join a global network of young leaders in 45 countries around the world building a campaign for education equity and identifying outstanding people to participate in the Teach For program.

  • Gain invaluable experience in project management and relationship-building
  • Get invited to Teach For Cambodia events and workshops
  • Get exclusive Teach For Cambodia merchandise
  • Receive endorsement, certificate and letter of recommendation
  • Gain insights about education and social impact
  • Higher chances of becoming a Teach For Cambodia Fellow!

 4. What should I do if I’m experiencing technical difficulty?

 We’re sorry you’re having trouble! Please email us at recruitment@teachforcambodia.org so you can help you problem-solve.

5. What are your tips for having a successful application?

  • Resumes should be one page in length. See SAMPLE RESUME/CV.
  • Prepare your response to the short-answer question in a Word document first, checking carefully for readability and grammar.

Familiarize yourself with Teach For Cambodia and Teach For All model

6. How many hours are required for an intern to work per day? What does the schedule look like?

The schedule for an intern is very flexible. It is more important to us that you will achieve the results and develop new skills rather than the number of hours you spend with us. But we expect a commitment of 10 hours per week for campus leader, 20 hours for part-time regional campus manager and 40 hours for full-time regional campus manager.
We understand that our interns are full-time students, so interns can work in the morning and/or afternoon. They might run events in the evening and/or weekend; these hours also count. We are open to accommodate around your available schedule.